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The CEOs with the weakest total shareholder return (TSR) performance in 2015 and the highest total direct compensation.

Ranked by 2015 change in total shareholder return (share price plus dividend returns) for CEOs with above-median total direct compensation, which includes salary, bonuses, share-based awards and option grants.

(Lyle Stafford/Reuters)

Don Lindsay
Teck Resources Ltd.
TSR: -65.7%
Compensation: $9.6-million

(Jeff McIntosh/CP)

Doug Suttles
Encana Corp.
TSR: -55.1%
Compensation: $10.8-million

(Todd Korol/Reuters)

Scott Saxberg
Crescent Point Energy Corp.
TSR: -34.5%
Compensation: $8.8-million

(Todd Korol/Reuters)

Brian Ferguson
Cenovus Energy Inc.
TSR: -23.8%
Compensation: $7.5-million

(Tibor Kolley/The Globe and Mail)

Charles Jeannes
Goldcorp Inc.
TSR: -23.5%
Compensation: $8.9-million

(Mark Blinch/Reuters)

Hunter Harrison
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.
TSR: -20.5%
Compensation: $18.7-million

(Chris Young/CP)

Al Monaco
Enbridge Inc.
TSR: -20.4%
Compensation: $7.1-million

(Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)

Russell Girling
TransCanada Corp.
TSR: -17.4%
Compensation: $8.5-million

(Hiroko Masuike/NYT)

Michael Pearson
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc.
TSR: -16.4%
Compensation: $181.9-million

Note: Dollar amounts have been converted to Canadian dollars when reported in U.S. dollars

Source: Global Governance Advisors and The Globe and Mail